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This famous traitor gave detailed plans of West Point before fleeing back to Great Britain.
The Continental Congress passed this set of rules which preceded the Constitution.
The Articles of Confederation
This treaty formally ended the Revolutionary War.
Treaty of Paris
This mountain, which meets at the intersection Switzerland, Italy, and France, is first summited.
He led a rebellion of debt ridden Massachusetts' farmers.
This Washington D.C. university is founded.
This period of literature began and lasted until 1832.
This French philosopher and author of Encyclopédie died.
This Mozart oprera, which continues the plot of The Barber of Seville, debuts
The Marriage of Figaro
Enceladus and Mimas, two of this planets 62 moons, are discovered.
Jacques-Louis David completed this painting lamenting the passing of an ancient Greek philosopher.
The Death of Socrates
This prison was stormed marking the beginning of the French Revolution
This Romanov leader ruled Russia.
Catherine the Great
Ben Franklin invented these optical devices.
This state was first to ratify the United States Constitution.
Jul 17, 2015
1832? I didn't realize that literary periods were dated that precisely.
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